scopes command lets you perform operations on Boundary scope resources.
The following command creates a scope with the name
prodops and the description
For ProdOps usage:
$ boundary scopes create -name prodops -description "For ProdOps usage"
Usage: boundary scopes <subcommand> [options] [args]
create Create a scope
delete Delete a scope
destroy-key-version Destroy a key version within a scope
list List a scope
list-key-version-destruction-jobs List all pending key version destruction jobs within a scope
list-keys List keys within a scope
read Read a scope
rotate-keys Rotate the keys within a scope
update Update a scope
For more information, examples, and usage, click on the name of the subcommand in the sidebar or one of the links below: